Space is cool, but taking photos with a camera in space back when cameras were sucky looks even cooler judging by these images. I’m surprised astronauts at the moment haven’t started using Instagram and a bunch of different filters to detail their journeys considering how good these shots look. Mindblowing.
These photographs are all taken from the For All Mankind: Vintage NASA Photographs 1964—1983 exhibition which was at the Breese Little gallery in London earlier this year in February. Unlucky if you missed it, but at least you can see some of the best pictures from it here.
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1. David Scott climbs out of the Command Module, Apollo 9, March 1969.
2. Crescent Earth from 10,000 miles, Apollo 4, November 1967.
3. James McDivitt, Ed White walking in space over Hawaii, Gemini 4, June 1965.
4. James McDivitt, Ed White walking in space, Gemini 4, June 1965.
5. Apollo 11 lift-off seen from the top of the launch gantry, Apollo 11, July 1969.
6. Eclipse of the Sun by the Earth, Apollo 12, November 1969.
7. Eugene Cernan and the antenna on the Rover, Apollo 17, December 1972.
8. Florida keys from orbit, Gemini 4, June 1965.